Unformatted text preview: A descriptive project The Four Modes Logical Emotional Visceral (physical) Kisceral (intuitive) The Logical Mode Ex. 2 - Revolver formal logic Ex. 4 - Watching Film informal logic The Emotional Mode Arguments can be emotional in two ways: Ex. 5 - “Marry me” use of emotion as a reason Ex. 6 - Med. School use of emotion as a means of expressing an argument The Visceral Mode Ex. 7 - Sautéing Shrimp Ex. 8 - Mr. Burns’ body language Ex. 9 - broken window The Kisceral Mode Ex. 10 - making an offer Ex. 11 - home hunting Multi-modal argumentation allows for the human element to be present in the analysis of arguments...
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- Summer '12
- Logic, multi-modal argumentation, Sautéing Shrimp